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70k FSTI service

Evening chaps,

I'm due this service now but the book detail doesn't go past the 60k service?!

Cambelts, tensioners and idlers replaced at 50k so I know it isn't a big one but what do we think it should be?

If I go by logic then it should just be oil, filters and inspection... anyone disagree or got a better suggestion?

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I beleive it would basically be like a 10k service.

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Thanks Don, sorry I hadn't spotted that before.
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Don,

As usual brill.

PS Does the FSTI have heated wing mirrors?

If so, I dont thgink mine are working, is it a fuse to change to fix?


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Does the FSTI have heated wing mirrors?
Some do, some don't.

For example, NDS' car does, mine doesn't.

Have you got the heater elements in the windscreen for the wipers?
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Nice!

Would you happen to have the same for a EDM 2007 Forester, preferably with kilometers. ;)

Service every 15,000 km / 1 year according to the manual but I am looking for the check lists and more.

I am grateful for any input and sorry for sort of high jacking the thread. ;)

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Some do, some don't.

For example, NDS' car does, mine doesn't.

Have you got the heater elements in the windscreen for the wipers?
What Gareth said.

The "winter pack" consisted of heated front screen and mirrors.

I have been wanting to retro fit heated mirrors to mine but have been too lazy.

My main worry is removing the glass/mirror without breaking it.
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Nice!

Would you happen to have the same for a EDM 2007 Forester, preferably with kilometers. ;)

Service every 15,000 km / 1 year according to the manual but I am looking for the check lists and more.

I am grateful for any input and sorry for sort of high jacking the thread. ;)
The service schedule shown is based on 10,000 miles/1 year so "should" be similar, although different areas/countries can vary.

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Would it safe to assume that service schedule will be the same for the Enterprise??
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Would it safe to assume that service schedule will be the same for the Enterprise??
Possibly not, but it isn't the easiest to find (if you're me)... Service Schedule: Starship Enterprise
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Morning All,

Thanks to Don for the image, that is really handy indeed.

Sorry to also bust in on this thread, but it is kind of related!

What do guys do when you run out of space in the service book? (My last service was stamped in the blank space, which is the last one on the page) Do you have to get a new one or make something that looks similar in a suitable computer package and staple it in to the service book!!!

I'd be interested to hear what others have done.

All the very best,

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